He also begins pressing down on her foot with his, revving the engine, the report said. However, the air brakes were on, so the bus never moved.
A parent noticed the commotion, walked over and was able to eventually talk Woods into getting off the bus, the report said. Students were then taken safely to school.
The district said the Clarke County Sheriff’s Office issued warrants for Woods’ arrest for charges of criminal trespass, reckless conduct and disturbing the operations of a public school. As of Friday night, he had not been arrested, according to county jail records.
In other news:
''Scout' Schultz, 21, was killed Sept. 16, 2017, during what officials described as a mental health crisis.